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marred their businesses. >> i didn't think anything smashed in. that is great. you know, but you take into consideration other people have to clean that up. >> reporter: firefighters responded to 20 out door fees. the problems were prominent in the mission district and outside at that at&t at that time park. >> a shame that it had to go that way. >> reporter: police made 40 arrests. there were six felony arrests. two non-fatal shootings and one non-fatal stabbing. >> mayhem. burning. glasses being broken. people jumping on top of cars. >> reporter: police fired bean bag shots. three officers required treatment. this photo published shows an
officer kneeling after being hit. police say property damage was limited to graffiti around the city. >> it is cool it celebrate and have fun but when you have to pay people to clean up and make people clean up, it is a hassle. annoying. >> reporter: things are expected to be calmer for tomorrow's parade and celebration. we will look at the security measures that are being put in place. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the giants arrived at at&t park early this morning and hundreds of fans waited to greet the team before 4:00 a.m. giants president and ceo brought the world series trophy down to the line of fans to let them share the moment. >> this belongs to you. it is been an amazing run. we are not done. >> the players went straight otheir cars and headed home.
-- to their cars and headed home. madison bumgarner drove off as fans were chanting mvp. >> as we mentioned hundreds of thousands of people, maybe a million people are expected to see the world series parade tomorrow and some people are already staking out their spots. ktvu's cristina rendon is live with ideas on how to get there and where the best places to go to watch it are. >> reporter: you can feel the anticipation in the air for tomorrow's parade. all days crews have been working to set up barricades, get the screens ready and the fans are here taking photos of a historic event. >> reporter: the hustle and bustle of market street will be transformed come noon tomorrow with a million excited giants fans. >> i am so happy. >> reporter: partying it up at
the victory parade. you are going to have to get here early for a good spot. >> we were kind of planning where we were situate ourselves. >> hundreds of barricades line the route on market street. and over to civic center plaza. officials met today discuss the plans and say street closures start after friday morning's commute. >> when you cram a million people who want to celebrate with the giants it will take a while for everybody to move around. >> reporter: muni and bart are your best options with both running extra trains to meet the demands. setsetting up and getting the stage -- setting up and getting the stage set. >> reporter: and the police
chief says tomorrow's parade just like doing parties here, are family friendy events. absolutely no alcohol or -- friendly events. absolutely no alcohol or smoking. >> what is it like to be in the city after the giants won the world series? >> reporter: it is exciting. people walking around in their giants gear. people are very, very happy. very excited. even though only few people have their spots staked out people will start showing up early tomorrow, around 3:00 a.m., 4:00 a.m. >> i can imagine. cristina rendon live in san francisco, thank you. b.a.r.t. will run rush hour service all day tomorrow to deal with massive crowds. trains will be running till 2:00 a.m. golden gate park ferry will
expand their service, 5 ferries from 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and they will leave as soon as they are loaded. people are encouraged to buy tickets in advance and all those who plan to go to the parade tomorrow should have their orange and black ponchos packed. chief meteorologist bill martin is here now. >> rain in the forecast. it will happen. it will be wet getting to the parade. during the parade it might be dry. let's take a peak at what we are looking at. come in close. coming up tomorrow, parade forecast, looking for rain tomorrow morning. that impacts the morning commute. what we are looking at in terms of the afternoon or the morning hours you got showers, scattered showers along the parade route at noon. heaviest rain, heaviest rain will be just at 7:00 a.m.
and things clear out. there are showers in the area. at the parade time maybe things will be dried out. good news there. a hint of halloween evening as well. when i come back we will talk about the parade, we will talk about halloween. we will see wet and the morning commute tomorrow will be wet. >> we are going to have more than a dozen cameras along the parade route. each dot is where we will be positioned. our live coverage starts at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. and we will stream the parade live on our mobile apps and www.ktvu.com and we posted the route on our website and a slide show of the giants celebrating their win under hot topics. one person dead and another rescued after they became stuck on the rocks in san francisco. it was reported about noon. two people were stranded over a cliff. rescue crews arrived.
there was only one person. a woman was found in the water 250 feet down. she was pulled from the water and pronounced dead. no word as to why they are on the rocks. man from richmond hospitalized in serious condition after being shot by police. ktvu's yawn s is here from the -- john sasaki is here from the scene of the shooting as investigators figure out what prompted police it open fire. >> reporter: this is where it began. you can see firefighter hours later police are still -- 5 hours later police are still here. two officers spotted a man breaking into a car. this is the pacific east shopping mall. the officers tried to stop that man. that man who was 19 years old ran off and once he got into his car he dragged one of the officers who was hanging from the door and bumped into the other officer who then opened fire on him. that suspect then got away.
and drove to the other side of the freeway. that is where he crashed, and that is where police caught up to him. as you can see officers arrested the man who was suffering from one gun shot wound. >> we have an extinctionive crime scene. -- extensive crime scene. officers are looking for embayments he may have discarded -- items he may have discarded. >> reporter: several people including a police officer said it took a while for medical care to arrive. this parking lot here is very well known for having car break ins. live in richmond john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. that developing news in
oakland. a strong smell caused evacuations at schools and city hall this afternoon. we will show you a map, the odor was notice from the b.a.r.t. station all the way across downtown to foothill boulevard at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. >> as a precaution we are dismissing early including after school programs. not just schools in downtown and west oakland. >> at first only five schools along with city offices evacuated on their own. while pg&e looked into the cause. as the odor spread the school district decided to send all students home early. >> we are getting reports of students experiencing nausea, so even though there was no
threat or danger to our students. >> the smell was noticed as far away as alameda. pg&e is still investigating. the air quality management district has not received calls about the smell. the ceo of apple -- apple ceo tim cook is one of the most prominent executives in the country to come out and say he is gay. today he says he has been open with apple colleagues but public he tried to maintain privacy. he said while i have never denied my sexually i haven't publicly acknowledged it till now. let me be clear i am proud to be gay and i consider it among the greatest gifts god has given me and he said he felt coming out might help others. nurse who helped treat ebola patients in west africa broke her quarantine in maine. kaci hickox went for a bike ride this morning with her
boyfriend. officials threatened legal action if she reviewed to comply. she returned to the u.s. on friday after returning from west africa. she tested negative for the virus. [ indiscernible ] >> we said we want to go for a bike ride. here we are. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> we do. yes. >> thank you. i have to go speak with the health department now. >> in north korea they will quarantine for 21 days even though no cases have been reported there. school board election controversy. >> why would you write about starting a wife beating club? >> that is not me. >> a candidate's online history and why it has parents watching their own -- launching their own camfine stop it. >> -- campaign to stop it.
last sunday a young mother of four was shot and killed in oakland. now police have a suspect in custody and today we learned more about how he was taken into custody. he was arrested in sacramento county and investigators say they found the weapon they think was used during the shooting. ktvu's noelle walker is outside police headquarters there in oakland. and she spoke with the victim's husband. >> reporter: opd and the community have not always had the best working relationship but investigators say this arrest is an example of what
can happen when they work together. >> we are here today to announce a arrest in the homicide case. >> reporter: four days since the mother of four was gunned down in the monday of sunday afternoon. she was on her way home from the store with her husband. >> called for me to call 911. to say his wife was shot. >> reporter: this morning police announced an arrest. but kept details close to the vest. >> you heard it was possible road rage. there is nor details than that of course. >> news helicopter was ovhead and police arrest -- over head when police made an arrest. they found him yesterday in elk grove along with the car he was driving and the gun used in the shooting. investigators say he is the only suspect believed to be the soul person responsible for the
murder. this afternoon police chief visited the home to deliver the news of the arrest in person. her husband stayed off camera asking me what if police have the wrong guy? he allowed us inside the home where the family has been keeping vigil all week. a candle sow runded with -- surrounded with smiling photos, a way to honor the wife and and remember remember what they lost. >> her life mattered. it is our outrage and willingness to come together and collaborate with the community as a community that led to an arrest in the case. >> reporter: justice maybe. but nothing can close a wound as deep as a gaping hole in a family portrait. >> reporter: the family is planning a private funeral service for next tuesday. the district attorney could
file murder charges tomorrow. noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. a terminally ill woman has released a new video about her skies end her life. the 29-year-old -- to end her life. the 29-year-old moved to oregon. she said she planned to end her life november 1 but she said now that may change. >> i still laugh and smile with my family and friends. it doesn't seem like the right time. right now. but it will come because i feel myself getting sicker. it is happening each week. >> she suffered a series of seizures and said she could suffer a devastating stroke or
seizure at any time. >> a highway patrol officer is hospitalized after a crash ended with a crash. the officer collide with a nissan. the motorcycle officer was trying to catch up with a second officer who was chasing a suspect for speeding after 10:00 a.m. this morning. the driver remained at the scene and she was also taken to the hospital. a lot going on tomorrow, especially in san francisco. the giants celebration and parade and then tomorrow evening halloween. i don't want to cover -- [ talking at the same time ] >> we will plan parades -- [ talking at the same time ] >> it is going to rain as we head into to remember. it will be dry from the sky. it will be wet getting there. we will see snow in the mountains. weather advisories in the
mountains and half inch of rain in some places. the details of the system. winds going, but that is not a massive wind. rainfall, half inch in san francisco. maybe an inch in parts of pacifica. inch and a half towards santa rosa. nice looking weather system. here it comes. this looks like it is on us already. it does. what is happening with the system is it is digging south and stalling out along the coast. they can produce significant rainfall. that is why the rain totals are up there. it appears the system into tomorrow morning will hit right on the morning commute. right on the early 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. morning commute. it will be wet. friday morning commute. plan accordingly. cloudy tonight with showers but they get going into your
morning hours. so a.m. rain and by the afternoon, parade time, it will start to break out. for the kids tomorrow night thing i will have a forecast for that coming up. warm. that is how you know it will be a good producer. warm air holds the water. holds more water than cold air. mild temperatures indicate we will see, you know, rainfall accumulations that are the most we have seen so far. great news. the forecast -- its a big deal with the kids, right? we have a chance of showers but i think it will be dry even in the north bayal and south bay. -- north bay and south bay. take an umbrella trick or treating and be careful because the roads will be wet. rain develops on friday morning and breaks out saturday, a.m. chance and then it is gone. saturday and sunday looks
great. parade, wet getting there for sure. dry from the sky. and then afternoon commute dry. the reds wet from the earlier rain and trick or treating will be a stray shower here or there. the heaviest rain 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, morning commute is going to be bad. you knew that. >> plus everyone going to the parade -- >> it will be interesting. [ talking at the same time ] >> take an umbrella or something. >> thank you. governor jerry brown cast his vote and says there is one thing about voting that got easier. plus an arrest after we showed you this video of motorcyclists popping wheeling on 680 and refusing to pull over for an officer. the footprint police used to track the driver down. >> julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> we worked with ebola facings in -- patients in west africa and returned to the bay area, we talk to the doctor locked
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b.a.r.t. after a tree fell on the tracks. b.a.r.t. says the tree fell on the tracks between the concord and north concord station. right now b.a.r.t. is single tracking trains through the area so riders may have to get off and wait for the next train going in their direction. bottom line, major delays in the east bay. two brothers accused of carrying out a brutal beating during the 49ers game were in court today. they did not enter a plea. they are charged with felony assault. prosecutors say they attacked two men on october 5 in the rest room. bail for one of the brothers was lowered to $250,000 and the other was increased to 150,000. they were ordered to return to court january 20. governor jerry brown tast his vote today.
-- cast his vote today. the governor declined to say who his choices were. >> as someone who has been voting for a long, long time, it is a challenge. >> governor jerry brown said if he is reelected he will continue to build coalition. his opponent has been campaigning in southern california. governor jerry brown leads 54- 33%. california's $7.5 billion water bond measure is getting strong support. 54% said they will vote in favor of prop 1. 22% said they plan to vote no. governor jerry brown has been using his campaign money to buy ads in support of the measure
and prop 47 is winning by a wide margin. prop 47 would reduce the penalty for certain drug offenses to a misdemeanor. prop 47 is leading 51% to 22%. an arrest is made after video service of drivers pulling reckless stunts, how police tracked one man to the video and we what we -- and what we learned about his reputation. >> what giants fans are saying that giants president won't. also meet the 11-year-old who was determined to welcome the team home. >> found alive. hew lost hunter survived 7 days in the wilderness and a special song his family sang for him when he was found.
complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> we showed you this video a week ago. now there has been an arrest. dozens of motorcyclists popping wheelings and doing stunts on interstate 680. the chp says that video lead to the arrest of the rider who
posted it. ktvu's ann rubin with how investigators tracked him down and what else you learned. >> reporter: the person who posted the video was well known in stunt riding circles and his screen name led police to his real name and to him. >> reporter: investigators say it was this video that lead to the arrest of the man who recorded it. it shows 50 motorcycle riders on 680 popping wheeling, standing on their seats and taunting a chp officer trying to pull them over. >> we have every belief she the vidrography and refusing to pull over. >> reporter: he was arrested last night. authorities call him a semi- professional stunt rider. he posts videos and photos and that linked the video and led
police to his identity. >> a electronic jigsaw puzzle. >> reporter: there is a growing movement online to free the man though he already posted bail. they said it was so dangerous it rose to the level of a felony. >> breeds a mob mentality. if enough of us are doing this then none of us will get caught. >> reporter: chp says their celebration was short lived. investigators expect more arrest warrants to follow. >> for people who think they will endanger innocent people, think twice. it is not just that officer who you evaded. now you have to evade the highway parole. >> reporter: the incident happened october 11. though the video was just posted last week and that gave investigators the break they needed. live in san jose, ann rubin,
ktvu channel 2 news. clothing that says san francisco giants world series champions is going past and die hard fans lined up early. >> couldn't sleep last night. >> this is what it looked like where a lot of people bought shirts and hats that say the giants are the world champions. most of them said it was worth it. >> i don't care, i am a loyal san francisco giants fan. but i paid 105 for two shirts and one beanie. >> pretty steep but worth it. >> i am still on a high from last night. >> money is no object. >> no. no. whatever it takes i am going to get. >> the morning rush was welcomed sight since the store just opened. >> dedicated fans were waiting at at&t park to welcome them
back. including one 11 year boy who is ready for bed time right about now. >> reporter: giants fans could hear the buses before they arrived this morning. some said they just couldn't sleep after last night's win. >> it was fun and exciting. >> and just had to come to at&t park to welcome the team home. >> we have been up all night. we slept. we put him to bed after the game. and we just decided that we should come and cheer them on and when they come here we will tay congratulations. -- say congratulations. >> reporter: they were ready and waiting at 3:30 a.m. this morning. if he makes it to school later in the day this is why he will be tired. the giants rolled in at a quarter to 5:00 a.m. giants president and ceo took the world series trophy
straight to the fans. >> this belongs to you. it is been an amazing run. we are not done. >> reporter: he said they haven't come down from last night's high. >> everybody was just in an altered state of happiness. >> reporter: players came off the bus looking like weary business men. no one is using the word dynasty but fans think they should say it. >> trying to stay humble. >> fans this morning say they sacrificed a night of sleep because they wanted to give the giants the welcome home they deserved. one man said seeing the players was an upclose personal experience. the 2014 giants will be well represented in the baseball hall of fame. the caps worn by madison
bumgarner and bruce bochy are going to new york as well as buster posey's jersey. cleats and bats from hunter pence pablo sandoval -- hunter pence and pablo sandoval. . [ music ] >> we put together the highlights of the world series. it keeps getting better every time i see it. you can watch the whole thing on www.ktvu.com. talking about a wife beating club and the benefits of beating up kids. the online postings that are linked to a bay area school board candidate. >> why students at university of california at berkeley don't want bill mar to be their speaker and why the school is
inviting him anyway. plus -- >> a student wins $10,000 in a basketball contest. what he plans to do with all that money. - ( helicopter whirring ) - ( roars ) ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready ♪ come and get it ♪ get it, get it ♪ when you're ready, come and get it ♪ ♪ na na na na ♪ na na na na na na na ♪
state -- killing a trooper in tennessee is now in custody. authorities said today eric matthew frein surrendered to authorities. the suspect is a survivalist and has been on the fbi's most wanted list since september 12 when he killed a state trooper and injured another and then disappeared into the woods and alluded authorities for 48 days despite a massive man hunt. university of california at berkeley is reinviting a controversial guest after a student group decided to disinvite bill maher after 4,000 signatures were gathered to cancel his appearance. organizers say he is a bigth and a racist -- bigot and a racist but the school says they value free speech even if it doesn't agree with his rules and policies for selecting
future speakers will be reviewed. . halloween is tomorrow and parents are turning to technology to help their kid fill up the trick or treat bags. >> nexdoor is addiction next door is creating -- next door is creating maps to show parents show who is handing out treats. >> they get discouraged if they are standing there and nobody is answers. >> if we walk down a street that doesn't have trick or treating we wasted their energy. >> house light on means candy, still, next door created maps that show which are the hot neighborhoods. the red zones have the most users who signed up.
a college student in tennessee, got to see this, won $10,000 after winning a contest on a basketball court. >> okay. he made a layup, a free-throw, a three pointer pointer and a half-court shot on his first try in under 30 seconds and here is what is interesting. he said his tuition is paid for so he plans to give away most of the $10,000 that he won. 2 investigates looks line online postings that have some parents alarmed. >> why would you write about starting a wife beating club? >> that is not me. i did not do that. >> what was posted on the controversial discussion board and a link to a bay area school board candidate. >> plus -- >> it is humbling. >> picked to take part in the world series parade. the san francisco native who
board has a big problem. and concerned parent contacted ktvu's eric rasmussen. he is here with what he found. >> the candidate denies he wrote the internet posts including one that talks about the benefits of beating up wives and kids. but some parents point to evidence online and a pattern of behavior that they say suggests otherwise. >> reporter: the prize in november, a seat on the school board. a district responsible for the education of 20,000. why this mom is so troubled by what she reading online. >> i thought it was joke. >> reporter: she is one of several parents speaking up on this message board. >> the men have been beating up their wives.
>> reporter: translating that for me? >> that's right. >> reporter: it says we also want to discuss how to educate a wife's mind and how to beat up kids. an account linked to him. he is one of four people running for three seats. >> how can you possibly run for a position knowing you have written these posts. >> reporter: this is eric rasmussen with ktvu channel 2 news. >> reporter: we called him to ask for an interview. we caught up to him when he didn't respond. >> why would you write about starting a wife beating club? >> that is not me. >> reporter: he would not confirm or deny whether the account was his but he admits to another incident in 2009. the moderatedder said he sent him threat -- moderator said he
sent him threatening e-mails. a judge granted a restraining order against him. on his website he apologized saying he was at fault. she isn't satisfied. >> so this guy has a pattern of violence and win at all cause. >> reporter: he points a another post -- points to another post. bragging about a case of road rage, challenging a driver to a fight. >> reporter: what do you sty parents who are concerned about what they feel you have written online? >> all the lies and fabrications we cannot do anything about that. >> s those postings, are you telling me you did not write those? >> all i can say is there are a lot of lies -- >> reporter: i am asking a specific question -- >> i did not. >> reporter: despite that
denial some leaders have already withdrawn their endorsement. these parents promise they are not working for his opponents. >> i am just competing against people who are not fit for the position. >> reporter: he has joined those voicing their opposition. >> as elected officials we need to be held to a higher standard. a higher bar. >> reporter: 2 investigates reached out to 7 of his supporters. this afternoon one of them e- mailed me to say while there may be concerns she says elections bring out the worse in people and not all the negative information could be verified. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. many of our investigations start out as a tip from viewers. if you want something you want us to look into e-mail us. we have more on the
breaking news we told you about from the east bay. major delays on b.a.r.t. after part of a tree fell on to the tracks. b.a.r.t. says the tree fell between the concord and north concord stations. these are live pictures now. crews are busy there -- that is hard to see the tree. you can see the crews are working to clean the tree off of the track. b.a.r.t. has been singing tracking trains through the area. so riders may have to get off and wait for the next drain. no word on how long it might take oclear that up and -- to clear that up and get trains running again. big delays on b.a.r.t. >> b.a.r.t. will be very busy tomorrow. let's go now to our chief meteorologist bill martin. tomorrow, mass transit may be the way to go. >> especially with the morning rain. 7:00 a.m. it starts to rain. comes down pretty hard.
this is a system i am tracking. there is good news with the system, move through time, it will be through quicker which make as drier potential for the afternoon commute and the kids trick or treating. mountains winter storm warning. snow level 5,000 feet. that is low for this time of year. maybe a foot of snow at the higher elevations. computer model now, come back at 10:00 p.m., let's get close on this. 11:00 p.m. scattered showers. that is pre-frontal moisture coming in. 7:00 a.m., that is the front. you can see it. that is real rain. rainfall rates are significant. quarter inch an hour. 7:00 a.m. here we are 8:00 a.m., right? 9:00 a.m. moving quick. 9:00 a.m., it is wet. parade, right? get your hair wet out there -- [ talking at the same time ] >> as this thing moves through,
right? 10:00 a.m., live at 11:00 a.m. >> right. >> hopefully that works out for us. into the afternoon commute, scattered showers. and then talking about the trick or treaters, scattered showers. that seems like good news. we will get rain. rainfall accumulations could reach i don't know inch of rain in the north bay. the forecast for your halloween, a chance of showers. i have to do. right nodations i have to. right now -- i have to. right now i think it will be dry. [ talking at the same time ] >> i don't like standing in the rain either -- [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] >> this is what -- [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] >> 40 minutes -- >> no. >> on a good day. >> party and parade and the rain, sometimes rain -- it is not going to ruin anything
tomorrow. even if it does come down -- [ talking at the same time ] >> it will be a party. dry from the sky most likely and i think it will be an outstanding -- i am excited to watch you. >> amazing how we can't buy rain and have a parade? rain. >> thank you. hunter is found alive after he spent 7 days missing. how he was found and the steps he took to survive. >> julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> coming up. a strikeout for local vendors looking to cash in on the giants world series victory. the thousands of items seized by federal agents in san francisco. plus a month working with ebola patients in west africa. we talk with a bay area doctor locked away from everyone. find out why experts say california's quarantine rules are more effective than those in other states. these stories and much more coming up new at 6:00 p.m.
his dog in good shape. after his rescue his friends and family greeted him by singing happy birthday because he turned 59 the day before he was rescued. the giants' celebration will bring a million people to the streets of san francisco tomorrow and there are thousands more working behind the scenes. ktvu's mike mibach with their stories, why one woman is choosing to stay at work tomorrow. >> reporter: if you haven't heard there is a party coming to town. and tonight we share a story of three women. >> i screamed. i lost my voice. >> reporter: strangers connected by a world series celebration in the city by the bay. >> you couldn't see anything. >> reporter: tomorrow she rides again. >> as a fire department obe
asked to participate with the giants -- to be asked to participant with the giants. >> reporter: today with students in orange and black, why she would love to go to the parade, she is choosing education first and hopes parents do the same. >> kids need to be in school. need to be learning. for our families it is impossible for the parents to take their kids. >> we get to make the beautiful art. >> she is in charge of putting together the beautiful floats that she will escort to the starting line. >> the moment we find out it is happening, we hear the city cheering, it was like an incredible moment of excitement for everybody. this is all going out. really happening. really fun. >> reporter: fun for all, fun for a city and whether fans participate or not, the world series championship will always keep them connected.
in san francisco, mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. now at 6:00 p.m. dozens of arrests, a couple shootings and business owners cleaning up. the after math of a world series championship. >> a week since a mother of four was killed driving home from the store, oakland police announce an arrest. tonight authorities are thanking the community for their help tracking down the suspect. >> h and locked a-- and locked away for three week. a doctor returns from treating ebola patients in west africa. we talk with him for the first time about why he agreed to a 21 day quarantine. complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. fires on the streets, graffiti and police officers hit by bottles as tens of thousands celebrated. good evening everyone. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener.
>> the glow of celebration turned into a day of planning for the victory parade. we have team coverage of the giants celraon. ktvu's cristina rendon talked to those preparing for the parade and ktvu's david stevenson. >> the giants victory parade and celebration and police are hoping fans won't get out of line there as they did last night. >> reporter: 40 people were arrested last night, it marred the celebration of the giants world series win. the violence and vandalism range from fires and graffiti to two shootings and a stabbing. >> the only damage we had was graffiti. >> reporter: the owner of the store in the mission district says he got out lucky. >> the san francisco police department did a phenomenal job. i have been here 40 years an